Bargain Buys slated for Santa gift tags with an embarrassing spelling mistake but loads of mums can’t spot what’s wrong

BARGAIN Buys has been slammed online after selling festive gift tags with a glaring spelling mistake on them. 

The store is stocking circular present tags with a cheery Santa on the front, which has the phrase ‘No Peaking’. 

The 20-pack of tags is being sold for a bargain price of £1, but you may need to ask for a refund as it’s meant to say ‘No Peeking’. 

One eagle-eyed shopper spotted the gaffe in-store, and shared it to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK. 

She said: Make sure when buying your Xmas tags that the grammar is correct, unlike these from bargain buys.

“Santa says no peaking.”

The error has racked up more than 1,000 likes – but some people couldn’t see the error. 

Make sure when buying your Xmas tags that the grammar is correct

One mum asked: “I did not even realise it was spelt wrong at first.”

Another wrote: “That is the right spelling…..”

A third said: “I did not even realise it was spelt wrong at first.”

Another person asked: “What is it suspose to say ??”

This mum admitted: “Blooming ek!! I've put them on the presents.”

While another wrote: “I think it's hilarious, I've bought loads of things over the years without noticing until it was to late.”

And this mum added: “I got these luckily my kids can't read haha.”

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